DREYER & REINBOLD RACING PROMOTES TWO WITHIN THE ORGANIZATION Indianapolis, IN (December 14, 2009) - The off-season is always a time to reorganize and prepare for the upcoming year and that is exactly what Dreyer & Reinbold Racing has been doing.
DREYER & REINBOLD RACING PROMOTES TWO WITHIN THE ORGANIZATION
Indianapolis, IN (December 14, 2009) - The off-season is always a time to reorganize and prepare for the upcoming year and that is exactly what Dreyer & Reinbold Racing has been doing. Not a moment of time has been wasted for the Indianapolis-based squad as they have restructured the organization, promoting two people within the team.
"We have made some changes with the team, and I think they are for the better. We are headed in a positive direction and are prepared to be very competitive for 2010, that is our primary goal," commented Dennis Reinbold, Dreyer & Reinbold Racing co-owner.
Overseeing all team personnel and the everyday happenings of the organization will be Larry Curry, who will now serve as General Manager and Competition Director. The Cincinnati, Ohio native joined the team in July of 2009 and brought over 30 years of experience to Dreyer & Reinbold Racing. He has worked with drivers such as Tony Stewart, Tomas Scheckter and Davey Hamilton to name a few.
"It's always agonizing when you have to release people and have to make changes. I was here a year and a half and felt like I had a good feel for the work ethic and different things with people. This is a very competitive business that we are in and we have to raise the bar and we have to be better. I'm excited and I'm energized. I look forward to the challenge. I understand that a lot of it squarely falls on my shoulders and I'm ready to take on that responsibility," stated Larry Curry, Dreyer & Reinbold Racing General Manager.
The longest tenured employee at Dreyer & Reinbold Racing, Chase Selman, has also been promoted. He will now take on the role of Operations Manager. Selman, who has been with the team eight years, will oversee the necessary day to day needs of the team as well as handle coordinating shop projects, paint schemes, and dealing with the paperwork.
"I have been with the team eight years and I will now be overseeing all the day to day duties. I'm very excited about the direction we are moving in and I think 2010 will be our best year yet," said Chase Selman, Dreyer & Reinbold Racing Operations Manager.
Dreyer & Reinbold Racing will continue preparing for next season and will plan on making further announcements in the coming weeks. Please stay tuned to www.dreyerreinboldracing.com for more updates on the team.
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